Rosemary's Baby

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Ingmar Bergman: No other art-medium—neither painting nor poetry—can communicate the specific quality of the dream as well as the film can. When the lights go down in the cinema and this white shining point opens up for us, our gaze stops flitting hither and thither, settles and becomes quite steady. We just sit there, letting the images flow out over us. Our will ceases to function. We lose our ability to sort things out and fix them in their proper places. We’re drawn into a course of events—we’re participants in a dream… Sometimes while I’m dreaming I think: “I’ll remember this, I’ll make a film of it"—it’s a sort of occupational disease.

Luis Buñuel: If someone were to tell me I had twenty years left, and ask me how I’d like to spend them, I’d reply: "Give me two hours a day of activity, and I’ll take the other twenty-two in dreams… provided I can remember them.”

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Wiry Limbs, Paper Backs by Terry Border

Artist Terry Border gives new life to old books in his latest series titled Wiry Limbs, Paper Backs. The artist utilizes his handcrafted technique of bending wires to serve as limbs and combines it with a great sense of humor. Each whimsical creation in the ongoing project is a sculptural work that stands on its own, reflecting its respective text.

Source: terryborder.com

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Favourite Horror Villains (in no particular order)

Mademoiselle, Martyrs

Michael Myers, Halloween

Minnie and Roman Castevet, Rosemary’s Baby

The Thing, The Thing

Cenobites, Hellraiser

Xenomorph, Alien

Aliens, They Live

Freddy Krueger, A Nightmare on Elm Street

The Witches, Suspiria.